EXL, a business process solutions company, recently announced the acquisition of Blue Slate Solutions, LLC, a management and technology consultancy. With the acquisition, EXL will be able to apply technology solutions to improve clients' business operations.
Blue Slate has driven measurable business value for over 20 Health Plans in all aspects of their operations, including care management, provider management, sales, service, and claims. Blue Slate also has strong domain experience and success in delivering value within the insurance, financial services, and manufacturing industries. The Blue Slate team is comprised of industry leaders who come from senior positions within healthcare, financial services, manufacturing and software industries, all committed to making a positive impact for each of our clients and key industries.
"Blue Slate brings a team of highly skilled professionals that will enhance EXL's ability to transform our client's business processes and strengthen our technology capabilities, as they relate to operations management," said Rohit Kapoor, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, EXL. "This acquisition brings us a set of domain experts who have significant experience advising large enterprises, optimizing their business processes and also architecting and implementing changes to their technology applications and infrastructure. Blue Slate has an admirable track record across many industries, and we are very excited to welcome our new colleagues to EXL."
EXL provides operations management, decision analytics and technology platforms to organizations in insurance, healthcare, banking and financial services, utilities, travel, and transportation and logistics, among others. Recently, global research and advisory firm Everest Group named EXL as a “Leader” in its market report, Insurance BPO — Service Provider Landscape with PEAK Matrix Assessment 2013. EXL noted that it was the only one of 16 providers evaluated by Everest Group to receive top scores on market success, scale, service scope, technology capability and global delivery footprint.
Edited by Adam Brandt